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Woman's Legs and UnderwearWhile there was a time when women did not talk about their labia, that day seems to be long past. With the stigma gone, labiaplasty is becoming more popular every year, with a 39 percent increase from 2015 to 2016. Labiaplasty is designed to help women who experience physical discomfort due to the size of their labia while playing sports, during intercourse, or when wearing certain types of tight-fitting clothing such as yoga pants. It is also helpful for women who feel self-conscious about the way they look while wearing bathing suits and underwear. Whatever the reason for your discomfort, labiaplasty can help you gain both confidence and comfort.

What Is Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a rejuvenation procedure that reduces the size of overly large labia minora or repairs the labia following pregnancy. It involves trimming excess or hanging tissue of the labia minora so they can be discreetly hidden inside the labia majora. This surgery can be performed on one or both sides of the labia minora and can reduce asymmetry, leaving you feeling confident.

What Causes Large Labia?

Many factors can lead to excess labial tissue, and just about all of them are out of your control. Heredity, hormonal changes, childbirth, and the natural aging process can all lead to changes in your labia. There is no way to prevent these changes from occurring, but you can address your concerns with labiaplasty.

How Can Labiaplasty Help You?

The majority of women considering labiaplasty are interested because of the effect their large labia have on their self-esteem. Many women feel embarrassed when they can see it peeking through their clothing. They may also have a fear of the labia chafing or tugging while playing sports or riding a bike, or they may worry that it will affect their attractiveness in the bedroom. Whatever the reason for your discomfort or dislike, whether it is in intimate settings or public ones, labiaplasty can help you improve your confidence with results that will last a lifetime.

To our Patients

On 3/13/18 Dr. Jervis passed away. The family is working to transition the practice and resolve outstanding issues for all his beloved patients. Thank you, the Jervis family.

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